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Amazon Hosts Virtual Job Fair to Fill 33,000 Positions With Average Salary of $150,000

Amazon needs to fill a lot of jobs in the corporate offices. The company announced that it’s holding a hiring fair to find 33,000 people to work there, as well as tech workers.
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Amazon Receives OK From FAA to Use Prime Delivery Drones

Amazon has received the green light from the FAA to operate a fleet of Prime Delivery Drones. The FAA has given its blessing to Amazon to start flying drone aircraft that would deliver packages that are under five pounds.
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The 10 Best Music Documentaries and Where You Can Watch Them

We look at the ten best music documentaries now available on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and Prime Video. Here’s what they are, and here’s where you can watch them.
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Amazon Prime Day Postponed This Year Due to COVID-19

The global coronavirus pandemic has postponed Amazon’s biggest shopping event of the year. The company officially made the announcement to why it decided to push pack the day.
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Amazon Is Rolling Out a Smart Cart That Knows What You’re Buying and Lets You Skip Lines

Amazon announced that in an effort to streamline trips to the grocery store and make them more enjoyable for customers, it is rolling out a shopping cart that uses cameras, sensors, and a scale to detect what you’re buying. Read on.
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Walmart Will Launch Amazon Prime Competitor This Month: Report

Walmart is gearing up to launch Walmart+, a competitor to Amazon Prime, later this month, according to Vox’s Recode, citing multiple sources.
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Amazon Driver Quits Mid-Shift, Goes Viral

An Amazon driver quit his job on the spot Monday, ditched his delivery truck at a Southfield, Michigan gas station, and became internet famous within the hour.
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11-Month-Old Thinks Her Name Is 'Alexa' After Hearing Parents Use Amazon Echo Device

A hilarious video shared online shows an 11-month-old baby responding only to the name ‘Alexa’ instead of her birth name, Emily, has gone viral.
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Amazon Announces One-Year Ban on Police Using Its Facial Recognition Software

Amazon announced that it is banning police from using its facial recognition software for a year as pressure on companies mounts following the murder of George Floyd in police custody. Read more now.
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Target, Walmart and CVS Among Retailers Scaling Back Business Amid Ongoing Protests

Retailers across the U.S. have announced they are closing some stores in cities affected by street protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. These are companies that have announced temporary closures amid ongoing demonstrations.
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